Trigger Point Massage Therapy in Waterford, MI

Trigger Point Massage

Triggers points are found all over the body, but the ones most impacted by stress and tension are found in your back and shoulders. Trigger point massage therapy allows chiropractors to get rid of the bothersome knots or trigger points that occur in your muscles. These sensitive points in soft tissue can be very common and can cause anything from mild neck pain to severe back problems. The good news is that these “micro-cramps” are easily treatable.

Expert advice on massage treatment

If you feel you have muscle knots, consult an appropriate specialist who can provide the right care to alleviate your discomfort. At Michigan Chiropractic Specialists, we can diagnose your muscle problems and decide on a treatment plan that fits your needs.

Trigger Point Massage Therapy

How does it work?

Trigger point massage therapy is a combination of trigger point and massage therapies.
Trigger point therapy consists of applying specific amounts of pressure to the trigger points. The application of pressure helps to relieve the feeling of soreness or pain in these areas while also releasing a relaxing and pleasurable sensation.

Massage complements trigger point therapy, helping to release tension in the muscles that can cause pain and stiffness. You will feel much better after even one session, but a series of sessions may be recommended to produce the best results and aid in your recovery.

Help us diagnose you

When you visit Michigan Chiropractic Specialists, we treat understanding the exact nature of your problem as the first and most important step. During this first session, we make an in-depth diagnosis, asking you questions about your life, habits, and medical history. Such questions help us understand exactly what you are going through to help us identify an appropriate course of action.

Let Drs. Adam and Amanda Apfelblat help bring you better health and a better way of life through chiropractic wellness care by calling and making an appointment today.